Review the frequently asked questions regarding changing guidelines governing tuition payments for graduate students beginning fall 2011.
To qualify for a non-resident tuition waiver, you must:
- be enrolled in 9 semester hours in each fall and spring semester (see the chart below for summer sessions);
- turn in your tuition waiver to the office of Graduate Studies before the 12th class day of the regular semester and the 4th class day of the Summer semester.
- be working in their obtained positions by the 12th class day of the regular semester and the 4th class day of the Summer semester. A paper copy of the payroll action document verifying employment in an eligible title code is required to be submitted with all summer tuition payment and tuition waiver requests. If available, a copy of the payroll action document can be submitted for fall and spring tuition payment and tuition waiver requests to expedite processing.
- not already have a full-course waiver that does not meet requirements for a non-resident tuition waiver.
|Summer Tuition Payment Calculation Grid/Non-Resident Tuition Waiver Grid|
|Enrollment||Paid Tuit Hrs||Employment|
|10-Week Only – 6 hours||6||X||AND||X|
|SSI & SSII – 6hrs||6||X||AND||X|
|SSI Only – 6 hours||6||X||AND||X|
|SSII Only – 6 hours||6||X||AND||X|
|10wk, SSI, SSII – 6 hours||6||X||AND||X|
|SSI & 10-Week – 6 hours||6||X||AND||X|
|SSII & 10-Week – 6 hours||6||X||AND||X|
|10-Week Only – 3 hours||3||X||OR||X|
|SSI & SSII – 3 hours||3||X||OR||X|
|SSI Only – 3 hours||3||X||OR||X|
|SSII Only – 3 hours||3||X||OR||X|
|10wk, SSI, SSII – 3 hours||3||X||OR||X|
|SSI & 10-Week – 3 hours||3||X||OR||X|
|SSII & 10-Week – 3 hours||3||X||OR||X|